Watch 4 Creative and Clever Valentine’s Day Crafts
I have made dozens of tutorial videos over the past couple years and I was going through all of them. Some of them I forgot about! So I thought I’d put together some video round ups. Since Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, I’m sharing four creative and clever Valentine’s Day crafts for you to try.
- Stenciled LOVE Home Décor
- I Love You More Sign
- Origami Heart Interactive Message Card
- DIY Heart Shaped Box
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Stenciled LOVE Home Décor
I was at Michael’s and they had $2.00 grab bags and got these cute little 4 X 4 linen covered canvases that I used to make this very easy Valentine’s Day home décor for my mantel. Score! these were worth the $2.00 alone!
This is a great 15 minute craft you can do with the kids. Play around with different colors and words. You only need a few materials.
Get the full instructions and materials list: Stenciled LOVE Home Décor
I Love You More Wooden Sign
This wood DIY project was inspired by two things: 1) a project I did as a Bernzomatic Torch Bearer on how to make wood burned place card holders, and 2) some upcycled Scrabble art I have done in the past. Wood burning is a simple way to add a distressed look to wood, which was perfect for this “Love You More” Valentine’s Day sign. This handmade sign makes a great gift for a friend or loved one for Valentine’s Day.
As with the stencils, you can play around with the words to make yours custom.
Get the full instructions and materials list: I Love You More Wooden Sign
Origami Heart Greeting Card
As you know, I’m a big fan of paper crafts. I wanted to try something new and simple so I chose to make origami hearts. After I made one, I had an idea to use them to make a handmade interactive message card.
Use a larger size to make a big origami heart.
Get the full instructions and materials list: Origami Heart Greeting Card
DIY Heart Valentine Paper Box
This project came about because I’m cheap. I wanted to give my husband a heart shaped box filled with beef jerky and his favorite chocolate but didn’t want to spend money on a box and then waste the contents inside. Plus, they are kind of pricey. I decided to try and make one myself. The only thing I would change about this tutorial is that I would use heavier weight paper that the scrapbook paper I chose. Otherwise, this was perfect for what I wanted to achieve.
Get the full instructions and materials list: DIY Heart Valentine Paper Box
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